The Tories need 326 seats to win a majority. The current polling suggests they're close to 333, but the impact of the Tories' lazer-focus on marginal seats makes this a guess. Meanwhile, the Liberal Democrats have unveiled their manifesto. Check it out here. When I filled out this questionnaire on policy positions, it turned out that I was regarded as 45 percent Lib Dem and 44 percent Tory, with 37 percent Labour. I suspect that's my civil liberties bent and fiscal conservatism coming through.

I'll be live-blogging the first Prime Minister's Debate in British history tomorrow afternoon - and commenting on BBC America's World News (my only non-Comedy Central TV news source) tomorrow evening.

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